I Went Home For Lunch Today and... ( 🌭 )


#1

Made myself corndogs this time. Seasoned just the way I like them.


:tomato: Hate the Chef, love the Condiments :hotdog:
#2

They’re covered with cornbread, right?

How about maple syrup?


#3

You’re thinking of these:


#4

Glorious.

Seems messy though.

I’m a staunch proponent of the application of ketchup and mustard prior to each bite.

Becomes a bit of a ritual. Squeeze of Ketchup. Squees of Mustard. Bite. Enjoy. Repeat.

Pinky finger extended of course.


#5

For best results, use a syringe to inject the ketchup before cooking them.


#6

I see you there, trolling. Everyone knows that until they are fried, a corndog is still a hot dog, and as such must not be sullied by the taint of ketchup.


#7

yeah, I’ve seen those, and not been tempted.


#8

Really? Nothing about solid ice blocks of mystery meat breakfast on a stick appeals to you?


#9

Swirl and dip, just like the giant condiment bowl they dished from back in the grade school cafeteria.

Akin to this:

But larger, and more horrific.


#10

Dagwood dogs!


#11

Mmm. MMMM. No need for a corn dog, I’ll just use the spoon.


#12

I think in those days I probably did. Today that would be a terminal case of heartburn.


#13

But they’re so sweet already!


#14


#15

Depends on the cornbread composition.

Everyone knows real cornbread is savory. Not sweet.


#16

corn dogggsszszsz

i like mine stickless and tiny


#17

this, this! a thousand times this!


#18

You know, people are critical of the Texas educational system, but clearly there’s something right with it.


#19

Corndogs and ketchup? I’m…not sure I know you anymore.


#20

Corndogs don’t use real corn bread either, it’s a batter made of cornmeal. You make is sweet so the batter crisps up nicely in the short frying time.

Don’t… don’t tell me you like soft corndogs…